Sunday, 30 December 2012

TRAVEL STATEMENT ISSUED BY THE RWANDA DEVELOPMENT BOARD


A Rwanda gorilla
A Rwanda gorilla
A statement has been issued by the Rwanda Development Board encouraging tourists and the business society that traveling to any part of   Rwanda is safe and encouraged as the country isn’t compromised by the situation near the Democratic Republic of Congo. The statement reads as follows;
The Rwanda Development Board today reassures tourists and the business community that it is safe to travel to any destination within Rwanda .The Eastern Congo boarder crisis has been contained as security has been beefed up and reinforced to avoid any re-occurrence on the Rwandan border,
Claire Akamanzi the company executive officer (CEO) of Rwanda Development Board said the government of Rwanda guarantees peace and security in all tourist destinations of Rwanda
“We would like to reassure all tourists that it is business as usual in all tourist destinations .Travelers in Rwanda continue to enjoy the magnificent scenery, the pleasant climate, rich culture and diverse wild life in our national parks including the rear mountain gorillas.”
The CEO continued to announce that tourism has for the past years been successful and continues to be Rwanda’s leading foreign exchange earner.
“While eco-tourism remains the key attraction for visitors coming into Rwanda which is commonly known as the land of a thousand hills. We are working to increase the conference and events of tourism, a goal that will be facilitated by newly registered hotel investments like the recently completed Sheraton, Radisson Blu as well as Marriott
As Prime Uganda Safaris we pride in security and safety being our prime focus in all our Uganda tours /Uganda safaris same to our Rwanda safaris. On this note we advise our clients intending have a uganda safari or Rwanda safari to inquire with our travel advisories and we look forward to planning a great safari with you!
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